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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1915,
VALUED GIFTS TO
Til f LjiPU CPUnn! jev--twiI' consist of a pair of
iml niuii oijnyuL:nhraco,u,forti,ei.atur
the island, one of which is to be a
ladies' doubles mid one a ladies'
shinies. The prize for the- former
silver tup, both f whiui ate pre-
sentcd by .Mrs. Hans Isenberg.
A tul'y equipped Vicroi.i with There are tnntiv Inidy players on
a fine eullejlioii of records, ordered the iland and large entry list
Simk' Sanitary, one-piece
porcelain lined like u clean China
Dish. It in the lust won! in lie- !
friipirator Perfection. I
All hi?, alio other fiiiislu carried ,
Prices 'I.U0 to $r0.00 and over.
Write for particulars.
63-155 King St. Honolulu I
"Perhaps the great
est benefit of a savings
bank is the provision
for the comfort of those
dependent upon the
.breadwinner. This is
something that every
true husband or father
And the time to consider it
In the Circuit Court ov tiir
Fifth Circuit. Territory
At Chambers In Prolate.
In the matter of the Estate of
GUSTAV H. V. HANSEN, de
ceased. Order of notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, deterniina
tion of trust and distribution of
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of Helen E.
Hansen, Administratix , of the es
tate of Gustav H. VV. Hansen, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to
be allowed $4,392.20 and charged
with $2,443 66, and asks that th
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
distribution of the reniainii g prop
erty to the persons therto entitled
and discharging petitioner and
sureties from all furthr rvsponbi
k It is ordered, that Fridav. the
3rd day of December A. D. l'j.b,
at 10 o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court presiding nt
Chambers at this Court room in
Lihue, Kauai, be and the same
hereby is appointed the time and
place for heating said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said
Dated the 20th day of October,
(Sgd.) Lylk A. Dickey.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
y Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
f Fifth Circuit.
v Nov. 2-916-23.
especially lor usi: in s-chiin!". lu.s
been presented to the Hiji School
bv Mr. ;n I M. William Hvde
The records include a number
of marches for drilling and march
inn, and accompaniments for sii.g
in the patr-iotic songs of the ra
tion. The gift is one tint will be very
useful to the school and meets a
ral r.eed. This is but one of the
many ways in which the donors
have shown their interest in the
school and have helped in making
its work successful.
Five new pictures, purJusod
from the Lihue School Christmas
fund, were received last week. On
Monday morning. Miss Mclntvre
gave a very interesting talk to the
students about the pictures and
artists who painted them. Miss
Mclntyre spoke of each artist, tell-J
ing the more interesting facts of
hi3 life and the quality of his work.
She then pointed out the artistic
value of each picture and explain
ed the subject treated. The pic
tures were: Aurora, The Ansrelus,
The Bridge of Sighs, Poems From
Homer, and The End of the Trail.
in. tv be expected. Three teams
in doubles and a possible sevrn en
tries, for singles, have so far been
he: rd of in Lihue. it beins vet too
early tor reports from other parts
of the island.
The Lihue Tennis Club will
handle arrangements until a per
nianent tournament committee has
LADIES WILL NOW
The termination of the Wall &
Dougherty cup tournament tioes
not mean that the game is to be
allowed to lag, at least not yet
Entries in two tournaments are
now open to the lady players of
A bunch of travelling salesmen
arrived by the Kinau, among -them
being: D. B. Maconachie, A. B.
Lambert, W. T. Frost. P. A. Gor
man and I. K. R. Vieira. the lat
ter of the Vieira Jewlry Co
Dentist Also Heeded
Says the Kohala Midget:
It has been, and is still is the ens
torn, that a doctor shall visit e"very
school at least once every school
term to vaccinate the school child
ren; but the time lias come when a
dentist ought to be paid to visit
every school once every term, and
inspect the children's teeth, as a
good number of absences are caus
ed by the children having bad
I am sure that some of the den
tins are willing to give a half of a
dav each month, or term, gratis.
to inspect and report to their par
ents the condition of the school
children's teeth, with such recom
mendations or comments as may
be necessary, so that the parents
may know then what to do.
Will not our next Legislature
see that something is done in this
respect, and a law" passed provid
ing a dentist, or dentists, to under
take the work and be paid the same
as the doctors who do the vacci
nating? Who will "start the ball
The Next War.
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ing, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Blaisdell Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane, Honolulu-
There never will be another gieat war say some.
The loss from the present conflict both in lives and
property has been too appalling for such forces ever to
be permitted to be turned loose again upon the world.
But while such forcts can be turned loose at the word
of one man or a group of men, there is no surety that
the catastrophe may not happen again, not only once
but many times.
To prevent this the best minds abroad those that
are left --and our best thinkers at home are saying that
we need another, war and that we need to start it right now.
But it will not be a war such as this lias been, but a moral and
ui.iit.il war, a war to pt event war. And it should be waged against
those responsible tor the present conflict, the enemies within the bor
ders of each country who sacrifice their fellow countrymen for greed
or ambition. "
Discussing this next war, the war that should be commenced at
once, a noted French writer savs:
"Who has brought these plagues upon them" (the nations at
war) "brought them to the desperate alternative of overwhelming
their adversary or dying? None other than their governments, on whom,
in mv opinion, the guilt rests: the three rapacious eagles,' the three
empires, the torturous policy of the house of Austtia, the ravenous
greed of Russia, the brutality of Prussia. The worst enemy of each
nation is mt without, but within its frontiers, and none has the cour
age to fight against it."
No one indeed at the outbreak of the present conflict had the
courage. Hire and there a solitary individual lifted his voice and tried
to rallv his countrymen to the true colors. But he was cried dovn or
not listened to. In the tumult and confusion and clash of arms, his
protest was unheeded. Everv one must rush to fight the enemy from
without Thu was patriotism. To point to an enemv within was cow
nrd'c? ?r fcichery.
This new war will be a stiffer fight than the conflict that has been
raging for more than a year. It will require moie persistence, more
patience, more fortitude, more brains. Firing off guns, rushing at
each other with bayonets, is easy compared with battling with pre
judice, ignorance, self-interest. It will take years to wage this fight.
The coniDaign will need to ramify in many directions. It means start
ing the children with right views and watching eternally that they
are not switched off by the enemy. It means rousing those people to
an active interest in governmental affairs who now give little thought
to them or take little part in them. It means enduring taunts and jibes
and ridicule and misrepresentation. It means being called a traitor to
the very land one would most truly serve. It is much easier to go out
and battle with bayonets and guns than it is to make this sort of fight.
But lookitig back to what has been and looking forward to wftat
can be to the steady growth of prosperity and happiness when war
shall be no more, isn't it a cause worth enlisting in? And isn't the
need imperative to begin right now?
We can perhaps do little for the countries abroad. They will have
to right themselves and it will bj a slow and feeble progress, so" ter
rible has been the devastation. But we can enlist in this warfare
against war so that our own country can never be drawn into such
idiocy, such wanton waste, the advocacy of might instead of right, of
rifles instead of reason. And in doing this, we will indirectly help
our less fortunate brothers and sisters abroad. For, seeing the peace
and prosperity here, the happy homes, the whirring factory wheels,
the fields of grain, the orchards of fruit, their eyes will turn longingly
to the picture and their hearts hunger for the principles of govern
Inenl that make such condition possible. If we fight the good fight tor
peace and stand as a big and successful nation that maintains peace,
pot by reason of standing armies and big navies, but because we be
lieve that a nation as well as an individual should settle disputes by
law and not by the fist, that what is right should be done and not
wh t may be achieved by the power of might, we will help indirectlv
toward the furtherance of peace abroad.
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